A quick spot for CK One Summer 2018.
Nope. They have never smelled it [before they buy it]. They're not available in department stores. She is selling direct to her consumers, and they are buying it, and then afterwards they can decide whether or not they like it. But at least they could take a picture and post it on social media saying, I had one of the Kim Kardashian fragrances.
— Jenna Rosenstein of Harper's Bazaar talks to NPR about the changing celebrity fragrance industry. Read more at The Celebrity Perfume Is Back.
Rossy de Palma (and Jhona Burjack) use the JeanPod to apply perfume, and below the jump, take a selfie and get dressed.
Let’s be honest about it: The desire to walk around smelling like a fruit basket is, at its core, an embarrassing one. It’s almost prelapsarian, this physical yearning to not only eat the ripe apple but also to rub it all over your skin.
— Read more at This Summer, Smell Like Fruit Salad at The New York Times.